Part 2 in Foreign Policy’s exclusive investigation of the U.N.'s peacekeeping debacle in Darfur.
Slogans won't stop another genocide like Rwanda's. But there are other things that might.
A former aid worker remembers the silence, pain, and foreboding of Rwanda -- just after the 1994 genocide.
How Rwanda's remarkable, two-decade march from genocide has left women behind.
After the Darfur genocide, the United Nations sent in 20,000 peacekeepers with a single mission -- to protect the region's civilians. A Foreign Policy investigation details why they failed, and what the U.N. knew about it.
One of Congo's most brutal militias sprouted from the Rwandan genocide. But will sending troops to fight it cause yet another humanitarian catastrophe?
The legacy of genocide and why humanitarian intervention still needs a president that's compelled to act.
From global-health success story to nightmare: How a worldwide effort to eradicate polio went from Jonas Salk to Islamist terrorist.
How the United States can shape the world without boots on the ground and bombs in the air.
20 years after the Rwandan genocide, is Paul Kagame's government assassinating its critics?
Since 1976, Africa has reported over 2,000 cases of Ebola. Lessons were learned -- it's now up to Guinea to remember them.
Melting glaciers and superstorms won't matter if the world can't feed itself.
The trouble with high speed rail in China; how small satellites are turning space into a DIY playground; and what happens to "child sorcerers" in Congo.
Why are convicted high-seas bandits being sent to the Somali region that profits from their crimes?
Fear, faith, and the hunt for child sorcerers in Congo.
A generation of Lost Boys returned home to build a new nation in South Sudan. Now war has found them again.
The story of Cameroon's late 'Guitar Man,' who spent his life fighting to take down a brutal autocrat.
President Obama takes a big risk and scores a win for democracy -- and no one gives a damn.
How the United States can pull Sudan and South Sudan back from the brink of disaster.
From FIFA to Magnum ice cream to Nairobi’s traffic, a glimpse at what Africans talk about on Twitter.
France convicts a Rwandan of genocide -- and grapples with its own role in the horrific events of 1994.
Students clash with security forces in Venezuela; armed men stand guard in Crimea; and London's Royal Opera House hosts a 400-person yoga class.
Election monitors aren't stopping violence -- they're just making sure it happens before they get there.
Why more and more parents in poor countries are paying to send their kids to private school.
How development experts have empowered dictators and helped to trap millions and millions of people in poverty.
Back in the days of the Arab Spring, optimists predicted a bright future for democratic upheavals around the world. But the reality in places like Ukraine, Venezuela, Turkey, and Thailand is far messier.